The Prega News Pregnancy Kit uses a sera reagent to detect HCG content in woman’s urine to indicate whether a woman is pregnant or not. These test devices use silica granules to absorb the moisture from the urine to take care of the reagent, for better and accurate results.
Prega news Pregnancy Kit Contains: 1 card
Directions for use
Collect first-morning urine in a clean container and draw some amount of specimen in a clean dropper and dispense 3 drops of the specimen onto the sample well of the pregnancy test device and wait for 5 minutes for an accurate result.
How to read the results
Two pink bands appear on the test device if the result is positive, One pink colored band appears on the test device if the result is negative. The test is invalid If one line is dark and the other is light which means there was not enough HCG in the urine to make a certain analysis, thus requiring the patient to repeat the test the next day.